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Fire Loss in the United States 2010 report from the NFPA

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The NFPA published its Report on Fire Loss in the Undited States for 2010. U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated 1,331,500 fires. These fires resulted in 3,120 civilian fire fatalities, 17,720 civilian fire injuries and an estimated $11,593,000,000 in direct property loss. There was a civilian fire death every 169 minutes and a civilian fire injury every 30 minutes in 2010.

Reflections of 9|11; You do what God has called you to do. You get on that rig, you go out and do the job

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Reflections of 9|11: You do what God has called you to do. You get on that rig, you go out and do the job. No matter how big the call, no matter how small, you have no idea of what God is calling you to do, but God needs you. He needs me. He needs all of us. God needs us to keep supporting each other, to be kind to each other, to love each other…

9|11 Honor and Remembrance: Ten Year Anniversary

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For many of us, the events of September 11th, 2001 will forever be etched into our minds and hearts. The magnitude and severity of the sacrifices made that day by the FDNY as well as the NYPD, EMS and PAPD uphold the tradition, beliefs, values and ideals that the Fire, Rescue, EMS and Law Enforcement professions embrace and live by each and every day. Ten years have passed, but it seems like just yesterday.

Remembrance of 9|11, The First-due; Honor, Courage, Duty and Fortitude

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Remembrance of 9|11, The First-due; Honor, Courage, Duty and Fortitude, that defines who we are as firefighters.